In this paper, we study shocks and related transitions in asymmetric simple exclusion processes of particles with nearest-neighbor interactions. We consider two kinds of interparticle interactions. In one case, the particle-hole symmetry is broken due to the interaction. In the other case, particles have an effective repulsion due to which the particle current density drops down near one-half ... [Show full abstract] filling. These interacting particles move on a one-dimensional lattice which is open at both the ends with injection of particles at one end and withdrawal of particles at the other. In addition to this, there are possibilities of attachments or detachments of particles to or from the lattice with certain rates. The hydrodynamic equation that involves the exact particle current density of the particle conserving system and additional terms taking care of the attachment-detachment kinetics is studied using the techniques of boundary layer analysis.